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Mar 4, 2012 9:00am EST
brought in. in politics, mitt romney won awn overwhelming victory. it's his fourth campaign triumph in a row and comes just ahead of the super tuesday contest. talk show host rush limbaugh yesterday apologized to the law student he called a slut and a prostitute. she testified she wanted her college health plan to cover birth control. marking the 40th anniversary of bloody sunday, the 1965 incident when civil rights demonstrators were attacked by police. live from new york, it's lindsey lohan. she launched a career comeback, by hosteding saturday night live and made fun of all those years of legal troubles. >> you know this studio feels -- the alarm goes off when i leave the stage? i thought it was only if i leave the studio. >> lee: now today's weather. cold air brings snow and sleet to the midwest, look for rain in the southeast, and most of us can expect calmer weather during the days ahead. ahead, make sures comfortable. >> but [ male announcer ] this was how my day began. a little bird told me about a band... ♪ an old man shared some fish stories... ♪ oooh, my turn. ♪ she
Mar 11, 2012 6:00am PDT
republican caucuses yesterday mitt romney captured most of the delegates in wyoming while rick santorum won in kansas. up next, tuesday's primaries in alabama and mississippi. the road to the final four begins today. this is selection sunday when the ncaa chooses the field for its college basketball tournament. the brackets will be announced on cbs starting at 6:00 eastern. and for those following the saga of that massive bolder being transported to the los angeles county museum of art, it has arrived. crowds turned out to see the 340-ton hunk of granite make the last leg of the journey to its new home, the place in the museum's permanent collection. even in art it seems, rock rules. now today's forecast. a chilly morning will give way to a mild afternoon in the east. and lots of rain elsewhere. more warm weather is expected in the days ahead. the fact that you are watching us helps prove a point sub lime. you clearly turned your clocks ahead with,, [ male announcer ] technology accelerates at a relentless pace. anything not moving forward is moving backward. [ tires screech ] [ engine
Mar 18, 2012 9:00am EDT
morning the 18th of march, 2012. puerto rico holds its republican primary today. romney campaigned there yesterday and then went to illinois which holds its delegate rich primary on tuesday. the arab spring arrived in syria a year ago today, and 12 months and thousands of deaths later, the uprising continues despite a brutal government crackdown. explosions in damascus killed 27 people yesterday. this morning, a car bombing was reported in the city of allepo. also this morning an american teacher was shot dead in yemen by two gunmen on a motor psyche. it's unclear why he was targeted or who the killers might be. the retired ohio auto worker who was convicted of war crimes as a guard at a nazi death camp during world war 2 has died in a nursing home in germany. he was 91. nasa yesterday released video of the northern lights taken from the international space station earlier in the year. there they are. here's the day's weather as the map shows depending on where you're standing today you will either soak in the sunshine or get soaked by the rain. in the days ahead winter will give w
Mar 25, 2012 9:00am EDT
. santorum picked up ten convention delegates but remains well behind mitt romney in the overall count. president obama is in asia today where he visited u.s. forces stationed along the korean demilitarized zone. he also called on north korea to cancel a long-range missile test planned for next month. the united states has been paying compensation to victims of the khandahar killing spree. afghan officials say families of the dead got $50,000 while anyone wounded got $11,000. the army says staff sergeant robert bales committed the atrocities alone. in mexico, huge crowds are turning out to greet pope benedict xvi. this morning the pontiff will lead an open air mass in front of some 350,000 worshippers. the heads to cuba tomorrow. today's london sunday telegraph says it is possible to die of a broken heart because grief leaves the body at risk for infection. here's today's weather. rainy along the east and west coast. sunny in middle america. in the weeks to come we'll see more rain around the country followed by a gradual warming up. next, a thing of the past. and later, iman, super mo
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